Tamblyn_RobynDr. Robyn Tamblyn is a Professor in the Department of Medicine and the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at McGill University.  She is a James McGill Chair, a Medical Scientist at the McGill University Health Center Research Institute, and the Scientific Director of the Clinical and Health Informatics Research Group at McGill University.  Dr. Tamblyn’s research on educational outcomes has shown important relationships between health professional training, licensure and practice that have subsequently guided credentialing policies. Her work on prescription drug use, its determinants, and computerized interventions to improve drug safety (MOXXI) have been recognized internationally. She leads a CIHR-funded team to investigate the use of e-health technologies to support integrated care for chronic disease, and co-leads a Canadian Foundation for Innovation Informatics Innovation Laboratory to create advanced technologies to monitor adverse events in populations and create new tools to improve the safety and effectiveness of health care. She has been awarded the CHSRF KT award for her research in improving the use of medication as well as the ACFAS Bombardier award for innovation in the development of a computerized drug management system. She is the Scientific Director of the Institute of Health Services and Policy Research at the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.

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Interviews with Dr. Robyn Tamblyn:

Audio Podcast: Rethinking long-term care for seniors in Canada
Audio Podcast: Will Senior Care in Canada Break the Bank?

Posters by Dr. Robyn Tamblyn:

Rethinking long-term care for seniors in Canada

“We’ve created these silos of care and we can’t seem to get out of them.  We really need a vision, direction and public support for integrated services.”

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Rethinking long-term care for seniors in Canada

 

“We need to get smarter about how we manage chronic conditions.  You don’t ‘manage’ chronic conditions by putting people in the emergency department to refill their prescriptions.”

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Rethinking long-term care for seniors in Canada

 

“Long-term care houses are too often like hospital warehouses for humans.  It’s time to figure out how to do this better.”

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